Restaurants in Israel
For lunch, order a chopped salad with feta, peppers, onions, and olives and a side of house-made hummus.
Tel Aviv was woefully lacking in quality kosher restaurants until the arrival of this upscale fish-and-dairy establishment in the city’s industrial center.
Overlooks the water in Jaffa and serves simple, beautifully prepared Mediterranean and Israeli dishes.
A languorous, partly outdoor restaurant that joylessly specializes in dishes like golubets, a stuffed cabbage peppery and garlicky enough to register on the taste buds.
This restaurant has closed.